Samsung Sends Out Invites for Galaxy Note 9 Launch

Posted on June 27, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Hardware with 7 Comments

Samsung is getting close to launching its next big flagship, the Galaxy Note 9. The company today sent out invites for Unpacked 2018, where the company is expected to launch the new Note 9. The invite itself doesn’t show off much of the device, but we get a first look at the device’s new yellow/gold color which seems pretty sleek.

Specs-wise, it’s not clear if Samsung has any huge surprises in store for fans. Like the Galaxy S9, there isn’t going to be a lot of new features and upgrades on the Note 9, according to rumours. The company is expected to focus heavily on the camera of the device, possibly introducing some major upgrades. The invitation for the event also shows off the device’s stylus, so it’s possible Samsung has packed some upgrades to the pen that comes with the Note 9. The device recently passed the FCC, so the launch was inevitable.

Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 is on August 9, and the event will be live streamed on Samsung’s official website at 11AM ET.

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Comments (7)

7 responses to “Samsung Sends Out Invites for Galaxy Note 9 Launch”

  1. wolters

    The Note was always my phone of choice until the Note 7 debacle. I went to Pixel when the Note 7 was recalled a second time and now it is so hard to go back due to the lack of updates, skinned Android and duplicate Samsung apps that you can't remove. Plus, Bixby. I am not anti-Samsung but I just prefer a cleaner Android these days. The only think that would tempt me would be any camera improvements.

  2. JVarde

    There's a typo in the "teaser" text. The reference to Unpacked 2019 should be Unpacked 2018 (based on the article).

  3. Daekar

    When my S7 finally dies, I would be very happy to get a Note of whatever generation is current. Samsung Pay is the killer app for me... Where we leave, NFC payment is very slow to roll out, but SP works everywhere.

  4. skane2600

    I guess my invitation got lost in all those internet tubes.

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